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Most of the time, I enjoy my schedule. When it comes to my main hobbies (motorcycles and firearms) its really nice. I do all my riding mid-week early in the day, no cops no traffic roads all to myself. The rifle ranges are empty when I go. Great for loners.

But, in turn it means I spend alot of time drinking alone. Heres to all you monday-friday 9-5ers!
 

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Jager straight for me. I really dont mind drinking alone but sometimes I do wish I had locals to hang out with that werent 9-5ers.

Ok I'm lonely so what.
 

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Its lacking...human interaction...


Ahhh its better than nothing!

The odd part is, even when I do work in the early AM, it doesnt exactly deter my drinking schedule.
 

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I know it does.. It's still better than being lonely..

Hey, even when I do drink at night, I can still be up at 5 am to go swim laps..

Must be all the vodka I drank in college ;D
 

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I can relate. Theres multiple times where I'll see the sunrise and think "oh sh!t work is at 7am, should I stay up and try to sober up? No, I'm more coherant drunk".

So I'll go into work. Drunk still. God bless.

But I don't work early tomorrow so I'm golden. Yeehaw!
 

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Hey I don't work tomorrow..

however coming in drunk for me would be bad news ???
 

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Fortunately I can do my job drunk (cook). I mean, I cant be wasted, but in terms of jsut being drunk, I can manage. The worst part is actually sobering up while at work. Kinda pathetic I know.
 

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Fortunately I can do my job drunk (cook). I mean, I cant be wasted, but in terms of jsut being drunk, I can manage. The worst part is actually sobering up while at work. Kinda pathetic I know.
Dude, my job involves driving around...

I would be soooo... ****ed :D
 

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Dude, my job involves driving around...

I would be soooo... ****ed :D
I must be out of the loop, but from what I hear DWIs are serious? Since when? :p

Cooking steak when drunk...not serious...at all...
 

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Fortunately I can do my job drunk (cook). I mean, I cant be wasted, but in terms of jsut being drunk, I can manage. The worst part is actually sobering up while at work. Kinda pathetic I know.
No kidding, killing your buz at work is borderline criminal. You need to find a way to keep it going while you're working. ;)
 

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I must be out of the loop, but from what I hear DWIs are serious? Since when? :p

Cooking steak when drunk...not serious...at all...
hehe.. I marinate my steak in whiskey ;D

plus some cilantro and Worcestershire sauce..

Delicious!
 

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No kidding, killing your buz at work is borderline criminal. You need to find a way to keep it going while you're working. ;)
Oh I got it figured out. Many blends of whiskey go great with the Dr. Pepper we have on tap. Works wonderfully. For an 8 hour shift, it'll get me through.

So how did you want your steak again? Extra rare or mega-well done? I can't do inbetween.
 

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Oh I got it figured out. Many blends of whiskey go great with the Dr. Pepper we have on tap. Works wonderfully. For an 8 hour shift, it'll get me through.

So how did you want your steak again? Extra rare or mega-well done? I can't do inbetween.
Extra rare for me, sir.

Hold the spit please ;D
 
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